Nissan board fires chair Ghosn following arrest

Nissan’s board voted unanimously to oust its chair, Carlos Ghosn, on Thursday after the shock arrest of the industry heavyweight, ushering in a period…

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Morneau to outline plan to boost business competitiveness in fiscal update

Finance Minister Bill Morneau will deliver an update on the country’s finances today and outline his plan to keep Canada competitive…

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Britain and China halt package shipments to Canada until mail strike is resolved

Canadians hoping to receive packages from international shippers while rotating strikes impact Canada Post operations may be waiting a long…

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$509M paid to Sears Canada shareholders could be subject of court case

An investigation into millions of dollars in dividend payments to Sears Canada shareholders while the company was in decline could…

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Manulife shares rise after rules over insurance deposits clarified

Two of Canada’s largest life insurance companies welcomed a Saskatchewan government decision that clarifies the rules for a type of…

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Misleading sales practices not a ‘systemic’ problem, telecom firms tell CRTC

Canada’s cable and internet companies are defending themselves against claims they have been misleading their customers and using aggressive sales…

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Feds dead set against ‘ridiculous’ quotas to replace steel, aluminum tariffs

Canada is not about to agree to quotas or other limits on its exports in order to get the United…

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How will Canadians buy pot? It depends where they live

A single federal law legalized recreational cannabis in Canada. But a patchwork of rules and regulations govern how you will…

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Trump imposes tariffs on $200B more of Chinese goods

The Trump administration is imposing tariffs on $200 billion US more in Chinese goods starting next week, escalating a trade…

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